Update 10/20/20 Montana Tuesday reported 706 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number of active cases to just under 9,000. The record breaking high of active cases in Montana was Monday with over 9,600. The state dashboard shows 11 more deaths from the virus Tuesday, bringing the total to 252 reported deaths. A total of 360 people with COVID-19 are currently hospitalized.
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